The Jasci & Marchesani 2015 Montepulciano d’Abruzzo wine is of the Montepulciano variety from Italy, produced within the nan vineyard in the Central Italy province. The cost is $25. This wine has a score of 96/100 (an outstanding score).
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This soft-textured wine is made from organically grown grapes, from the Sonoma Coast, and comes from a mostly old vines that are believed to have been planted in the late 1800s. It has a smooth texture and a light, citrus- and mineral-flavored aftertaste.
This is an easygoing, rather light-footed wine that has a light, fresh character, its red-fruit and spice flavors tempered by acidity. Drink now.
Fiery minerality and leathery red-fruit aromas give this wine some bite. Like most varietals, this is tart and acidic. A tight, bitter finish rounds out the palate.
The classic Cabernet Sauvignon from Flamen-Oral is in the market at an affordable price. It’s a soft, round wine, with almost-sweet fruit and a light structure of tannins and acidity. It’s a wine for drinking now, but should improve beyond that.
This is a mellow, restrained wine with a light golden color and a light, silky texture. The fruit is well integrated and the tannins are soft, with apple and pear flavors. It’s a wine that needs time in the cellar to open up more.
This is a soft wine, fruity and rounded with peach and citrus fruits. It has a touch of sweetness from the wood aging and the acidity of the vintage. The aftertaste is bright, fresh and fruity, with a juicy aftertaste. Drink now.
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